R.Tiffiny Scott and Clark Carroll, a Southwest Airlines pilot, had planned a lively themed wedding in Las Vegas that was attended by 80 guests. They had been working on the plans for six months when – a month before their April 18th – their world collapsed along with everyone else’s.
Edicts of staying at home, social distancing, and fears of being infected with the coronavirus put an end to their plans. What should I do? The couple did not want to postpone their wedding, although their honeymoon in Greece clearly had to wait.
They were considering a small home wedding, but the task of coordinating flowers, caterers, equipment rentals, photographer, hairdresser, hairdresser, and makeup team was daunting as the couple had less than a month to get on with the new ones To let in plans. Worst of all, many of their family members and friends would not be able to attend.
“It was very stressful, to say the least,” Clark told PaperCity. “We both had only to do with the reality that we couldn’t get married on the 18th as planned. But then we heard about the new virtual wedding dj package at The Post Oak Hotel. So we went to the hotel the next day and made a deal straight away. . . We only had about two and a half weeks until the big day. ”
The $ 3,000 package includes a decorative wedding cake, champagne toast, elegant decor and flowers, and the video stream for all invited wedding guests. The newlyweds also receive a mimosa breakfast with their overnight stay in a luxurious executive suite. A bonus: The hotel’s two-story Rolls-Royce showroom was available for wedding portraits.
The couple wanted to keep the fun-loving spirit of the wedding they had planned for Vegas.
“We decided to get creative and figure out how to translate our original plans into plans that still fit us in the virtual realm,” says Tiffiny. “We kept our limousine plans. Our friends dressed the way we wanted. Even those who were virtually present in their homes had a great time, dressed in their ‘Vegas glamor’ and sent us their pictures so that we could later include them in our master group picture. ”
Tiffiny Scott Carroll gets some fashion help from her husband Clark Carroll. (Photo by Daniel Pawlowski, (www.theweddingshow.biz))
In addition to the bride, groom, and the incumbent Tamara Mannen, there were seven guests, including the photographer Daniel Pawlowski. This included a best man, two best men, a maid of honor, a bridesmaid, and a moderator for the procedure.
While The Events Company provided the hotel decor and flowers, Tiffiny and her bridesmaids wore bouquets from The Wedding Show. Although a wedding cake was included in the package, the couple opted for one from Caramelitos Bakery in Pearland.
It was a happy ending for everyone as the streaming invitation was shared with 60+ households and the streaming link showed 438 viewers.
“We have now gone away with so many amazing stories that no one else could or will ever have,” says Tiffiny. “Looking back, our wedding was perfect. It was perfect for us. “